The official roll out of Android Nougat for the Moto X seems to be plagued with issues. We are seeing users reporting that the Nougat update is rendering the Navigation Bar into a glorified placeholder.
Motorola’s indestructible smartphone is back. At the #HelloMotoWorld event today, the company took the wraps off the Moto Z2 Force, their latest and greatest flagship phone. But the newest generation comes with some shiny new things and, of course, some compromises.
Fall is coming and several smartphone flagships have yet to be revealed. Of course, there has been rumor after rumor, but today, I wanted to ask you what would be your top choice for an upcoming smartphone? Also, feel free to comment what price point you think they should be set at and what features you feel it should include. The poll is embedded below.
We recently posted about the Moto M2, that is rumored to be launching in India this October. It seems that the rumor bandwagon is yet to stop, with more details leaking ahead of the official unveiling of the device.
Rumors about the successor to Motorola’s Moto M device are in full steam today. We have news that the successor to Moto M, touted Moto M2 is going to see a launch in India in October of 2017. The rumored specs of the device state that Motorola is going with a Mediatek Helio P20 processor for this phone. It is supposed to have two variants, one with 4 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, and the other one with 6 GB RAM and 64 GB of storage.
Motorola, under Lenovo’s leadership, has been trying to switch things up in their mobile lineup. Most recently, they’ve released another iteration in their Moto G line, the Moto G5. And with the Moto E comeback to the US and their new entry-line Moto C, it’s clear they’re up for something. But they still have a few tricks up their sleeve. One of them being a Moto X comeback.
Android Wear 2.0, after being released way back in February of this year, has seen anything but a quick roll out. Die hard Moto 360 users have been waiting for eternity without any kind of response from Motorola, until today.
The original Moto 360 was one of the earliest Android Wear smartwatches to set the rounded display tradition. Then later came the widely popular second-generation model which fixed many of the original’s shortcomings.
Motorola had previously stated they weren’t developing another smartwatch anytime soon and to add to that Google has now gone ahead and removed the Moto 360 2nd Gen from the Google Store. To sum it up, there are no more Moto 360’s (of any version) on the Google Store. However, they are still available for purchase from BestBuy and Amazon.
Source: Google Store